Reports: CIA Rebuffed Iraq Efforts To Stop Invasion
EPA Drops Investigations of Polluting Power Plants
EPA Plans to Rewrite Clean Water Act
Bush Signs Law Banning Late Term Abortions
U.S. Plans to Send Marines Back to Iraq
Prosecutors Drop Death Penalty For Serial Killer
As Occupation Worsens, White House Tries to Blame CIA For Rejecting Iraqi Offer on Eve of War
New reports say the U.S. rejected an offer from Iraqi representatives to stop the invasion of Iraq by giving the U.S. rights to Iraqi oil, to hold elections in Iraq, to allow for an intensive search for WMDs and to hand over an Iraqi man who was connected to the 1993 bombing of the World Trade Center.
The Revolution Will Not Be Televised - Why is Amnesty Not Screening a New Documentary About the Failed 2002 Coup in Venezuela?
We play excerpts of a controversial new documentary about the unsuccessful 2002 coup in Venezuela and host a debate on why a planned screening of the film was canceled by the organizers of the Amnesty International Film Festival in Vancouver.
Censorship at CBS? – A Look at Why "The Reagans" Was Cancelled
CBS cancelled plans to run a two-part miniseries about the presidency of Ronald Reagan after the Republican National Committee complained the docudrama was too critical and inaccurate. We speak with Steve Rendall of Fairness and Accuracy in Reporting.